|Posted by shawn cassidy on November 7, 2013 at 2:10 AM|
Brad Stevens made one of his best decisions as Boston Celtics coach during the Jazz game. The first move actually happened before tip-off when he inserted Jordan Crawford into the starting lineup. He moved Bradley back to his normal spot at shooting guard, and Jeff Green returned to small forward. Crawford would take over point guard duties, and Gerald Wallace would become the Celtics guy off the bench. Because of that move Gerald Wallace scored 9 points off the bench in the first half that sparked the Celtics run, along with Stevens putting Paul Pressey on the floor. The Celtics played their best quarter of the season in the second quarter when they out scored the Jazz 25-8.
Pressey helped the Celtics turn the tide in the first half after they climbed out of a 13 point hole.
The win was fun Brad, and it must feel nice getting that one off your back.